Some Australian states have introduced the new immigration requirements with respect to working experience in particular states to apply for state nominations.
Already going from so many immigration changes happening in Australian states, the process for aspiring migrants to apply for Australian permanent residency just got steeper.
Previously Tasmania and Australian Capital Territory tightened the state nomination criteria, footsteps are followed by Queensland by banning interstate applicants.
According to the reports, interstate applicants seeking state nomination from Queensland have to meet ‘Working in Queensland’ or ‘Alumni Pathway Criteria’.
The report says that people seeking to apply for the state nomination will now have to move to Queensland and meet the work experience requirements in the state before submitting expression of interest to Business and Migration Queensland.
Read more – What are the eligibility criteria to Apply for Queensland Nomination Program?
To be able to apply for Queensland nomination, applicants are required to submit evidence of post-qualification full time employment in their nominated occupation in the past six months in Queensland.
Additionally, the applicants must also commit to living and working in Queensland for two years after they are granted a visa.
Students who have already done their master’s degree from Queensland in the last two years are required to nominate an occupation from QSOL Maters Graduate list on the other PhD graduates can nominate an occupation from the Department of Home Affair’s occupational list.
Master degree graduates must have completed their education from Queensland University in the previous two years and the qualification must be related to the nominated occupation.
Additionally, proof of current full-time employment in their nominated or closely related occupation with a Queensland employer must be shown along with evidence of continuing employment for the next 12 months.
Job offer letter is not required for the PhD graduates.
In the previous month, Tasmania changed the work experience requirements for state nomination applicants and ACT closed down some occupations making difficult for aspiring applicants to apply.
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